I totally agree with your review............this episode really wasn't that interesting. At this point, and yes it's still early, this is just too much like the original only with new characters.......I'm expecting flashbacks on just what exactly got the virus started in the first place.............and yes, I fully expect Tobias back at some point................there has to be a group, like Rick's group, that are survivors...........but if the original is any indication--then we already know none of these people survive. I've been told at some point the original and this show will interact..........I guess we'll see being as nothing as of yet has been said about a 2nd season of this show.........
A second season has already been ordered.
I'd be more excited if there was more mention of McGee
My question is how many of the spider kids are left? I thought Quinlan got most of them if not all last week. Where was Dutch while everyone was either acting angsty or doing dangerous missions? (side note the exchange between the professor and Fet about robbing the cardinal was hilarious) And finally call me cruel for saying this but Zach is being a idiot he nearly got everyone killed this ep and none of what everybody has been saying lately to him is sinking in.
Yeah who knew that one guy could be so happy robbing a religous official
Fet's giggle was priceless best part of the episode
Maybe we watched different episodes. The second was far more suspenseful and informative than the pilot. The tension in this one had me on the edge of my seat, whereas the first episode was rather a letdown after all the hype. So many questions left unanswered. I cannot wait to see the next one. I thought separating the family was a nice twist. I really thought that boy would go home with "Ms. C," and be the source of wisdom for the group on what is to come.
I agree with you. I cant care for any of the characters yet, and that bothers me because I think this show's got potential. I'm just wondering though, after the full blown zombie apocalypse hit LA, then isnt this show gonna be the same as The Walking Dead, only with different characters, in different locations? What makes this show interesting to me was the pre-apocaplyse setting. Otherwise it's just gonna be The Walking Dead with less likeable characters.
I agree with you that this episode was more suspenseful and better than the pilot. I thought the pilot was boring. The only complaint I have is that I can't seem to care about any of the characters yet. Maybe Travis but for some reason I really dislike Madison.
I haven't watched the second episode yet, but I agree with you on why I wanted to watch. I love the pre-apocalypse setting and the terror of what's coming down. What surprised me in the premiere was how quickly everyone went from seeing a cop being eaten on TV to buying into the terror. There was no in between. In this age of reality TV, the majority of reactions should have been like the daughter's -- that's made up, right? Instead, the world stopped and panic ensued. I think they lost their edge right there. What could have been an interesting look a the slow and frightening breakdown of society became "let's just get to the zombies" because they don't seem to know anything else. Shame.
Hooray, someone else loved Betty's speech. I clapped when she said, "I'm a lesbian, not a moron!"
Hate Kelly. Boring. Predictable.
Part of that storyline is from the book.
Neither Dan nor Bill can make Virginia happy. Seriously, they're both married, they are both not free, for different reasons, but still. She is so smart, hard working and all, and then she still fools herself into these kinds of situation. I actually don't get it. Don't make me even start with Libby...PLEASE!! at this point, her kids are suffering more in living with an unhappy mom and an absent father than seeing them splitting up! I don't feel any sympathy for her, at this point she is totally choosing to be unhappy.
Not to mention that the "Central American Eyelash Vipers" were harmless corn snakes...and there's no reason that there'd be a tank full of animals stuffed with heroin hanging around - what, was the Fish and Wildlife Service waiting around patiently for the snakes to take a dump? Idiotic.
I decided to pretend that whole part didn't exist. I, too, was shaking my head at a bunch of snakes in cages still stuffed full of bags of heroin. Unless I missed the part where Lena was stuffing the bags of heroin into the snakes herself, it was a bit ludicrous.
This episode takes the most abrupt turn towards stupid of anything I've ever seen. The whole "bag of snakes" thing could have come out of the fevered mind of a 12 year old boy. These are not plot twists - they're hail mary passes made when the writers were tired, wanted to go home, and were completely out of ideas. Really, really lousy.
Another outstanding episode! About Avi telling Ray that its only Ray he can talk to about killing Kate. The reason is Ray was in love with Kate, he was willing to leave Abby and move on with Kate. Also, Avi went against Ray's order not to kill Kate, hence the reason why Ray has shunned Avi. Lena is close to both Ray and Avi but the killers are Ray and Avi and they share a special bond.
Any other time, I'd agree that Avi talk with Ray, but it's the very reasons you're noting that are why I think he shouldn't. Ray was actually in love with Kate and to hear from Avi about killing her might kill his ability to forgive his old friend. That he did it is one thing, but hearing about it is something else completely. I don't think I could listen while someone talked about killing someone I loved even if they thought they did it to save me. It would be just a hair too much information to get over. It's hard though, because I really like Avi. But he might just have to bite the bullet on those feelings.
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